Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Former Claret Wright fears Burnley will pip Gunners to sixth

Former Claret Wright fears Burnley will pip Gunners to sixth

Wenger's grip on his position has weakened significantly in recent weeks, with the team on a run of four successive defeats in all competitions, and sources close to the first-team squad at the Emirates have also told ESPN FC that some senior players have now lost faith in the Frenchman and believe changes are needed in the dressing room and on the training pitch.

The Gunners take on AC Milan in the San Siro on Thursday for the first-leg of their last-16 Europa League tie and Bellerin had been expected to start.

"In life you forget quickly how good you are".

"Doing more things together, reachable targets that can improve the team". "He tried but couldn't absorb the training session so we left him at home".

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This was the second time in as many transfer windows that Arsenal broke their transfer record signing a striker, and yet they remain the second-lowest scorers in the Premier League's top six (52 goals), with only Chelsea scoring fewer.

"It makes me think about last year, but last year we made 75 points in the Premier League and missed out on the Champions League by a point", Wenger said. This is an opportunity we have to take, yes of course. "It increases the pressure on it even more, this competition". I think it is a good opportunity. But it's as well a good opportunity, what you want is to show that you have the quality and the strength, and you can only show that when it's hard. "Let's see what happens in the Europa League against AC Milan and then people can make decisions, Arsene included, on what should happen next".

Low, 58, is under contract with the German national football association (DFB) until the end of Euro 2020, but many within the game say he could be tempted to take on the challenge of club management after this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation, where Germany will defend the trophy won four years ago in Brazil. "It doesn't matter what is going on outside, we need to stay together as a team".

"We have the quality to push ourselves and to have a great result to give us more confidence and then, step by step, to come back stronger".

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